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Civil War Chapter 15
Ulysses S. Grant
Emancipate
Abraham Lincoln
Siege
General leading the Union Army
To set free
President of the Union during the Civil War; 16th president o…
Attempt to capture a place by surrounding it with military fo…
Ulysses S. Grant
General leading the Union Army
Emancipate
To set free
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Civil War Chapter 15
Ulysses S. Grant
Emancipate
Abraham Lincoln
Siege
General leading the Union Army
To set free
President of the Union during the Civil War; 16th president o…
Attempt to capture a place by surrounding it with military fo…
Ulysses S. Grant
General leading the Union Army
Emancipate
To set free
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Chapter 15: Civil War
Battle of Atlanta
Confederacy
Union
Robert E. Lee
Burned the city, part of Sherman's "March to the Sea"
A loose union of independent states; name of government used…
A general term for the United States during the Civil War whi…
Confederate general who had opposed secession but did not bel…
Battle of Atlanta
Burned the city, part of Sherman's "March to the Sea"
Confederacy
A loose union of independent states; name of government used…
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Chapter 15 Road to Civil War
Sectionalism
Missouri Compromise
Free Soil Party
Compromise of 1850
Loyalty to a state or section, rather than to the country as…
Created by Henry Clay.... Kept the number of slave states and f…
Wanted to stop slavery from spreading into the new territorie…
Created by Henry Clay -> delivered by Stephen Douglas... 1. Cal…
Sectionalism
Loyalty to a state or section, rather than to the country as…
Missouri Compromise
Created by Henry Clay.... Kept the number of slave states and f…
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Chapter 15 - The Civil War (1861-65)
Election of 1860
Abraham Lincoln
Confederate States of America
Jefferson Davis
Lincoln, the Republican candidate, won because the Democratic…
American leader whose election in 1860 led the Southern State…
(1860) A group of eight Southern states that seceded from the…
An American statesman and politician who served as President…
Election of 1860
Lincoln, the Republican candidate, won because the Democratic…
Abraham Lincoln
American leader whose election in 1860 led the Southern State…
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Chapter 15: The Civil War
border state
neutral
martial law
blockade
slave states that didn't secede
not favoring either side (Kentucky originally, but eventually…
a type of rule in which the military is in charge and citizen…
a military action to prevent traffic from coming into an area…
border state
slave states that didn't secede
neutral
not favoring either side (Kentucky originally, but eventually…
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Causes of the Civil War (Chapter 15)
Fugitive Slave Act
Popular Sovereignty
Dred Scott
South Carolina
One part of the Compromise of 1850, this law stated that esca…
Let the people decide by State, on whether slavery should be…
He was a slave who was taken to free territory. He sued for h…
First state to secede/leave the Union in 1860.
Fugitive Slave Act
One part of the Compromise of 1850, this law stated that esca…
Popular Sovereignty
Let the people decide by State, on whether slavery should be…
29 terms
Chapter 15 Road to Civil War
Sectionalism
Missouri Compromise
Free Soil Party
Compromise of 1850
Loyalty to a state or section, rather than to the country as…
Created by Henry Clay.... Kept the number of slave states and f…
Wanted to stop slavery from spreading into the new territorie…
Created by Henry Clay -> delivered by Stephen Douglas... 1. Cal…
Sectionalism
Loyalty to a state or section, rather than to the country as…
Missouri Compromise
Created by Henry Clay.... Kept the number of slave states and f…
29 terms
Chapter 15 Road to Civil War
Sectionalism
Missouri Compromise
Free Soil Party
Compromise of 1850
Loyalty to a state or section, rather than to the country as…
Created by Henry Clay.... Kept the number of slave states and f…
Wanted to stop slavery from spreading into the new territorie…
Created by Henry Clay -> delivered by Stephen Douglas... 1. Cal…
Sectionalism
Loyalty to a state or section, rather than to the country as…
Missouri Compromise
Created by Henry Clay.... Kept the number of slave states and f…
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Civil War Chapter 15
1861 - 1865
Robert E. Lee
Clara Barton
Dr. Elizabeth Blackwell
Civil War
*Confederate commander... *Lee's army was weak after losing a th…
Founded the American Red Cross after the Civil War
Led a training program for nurses who were desperately needed…
1861 - 1865
Civil War
Robert E. Lee
*Confederate commander... *Lee's army was weak after losing a th…
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Chapter 15 - Civil War
Fort Sumter, SC
West Virginia
border states
Missouri and Maryland
first official attack of the Civil War - Confederates capture…
formed when the anti-slavery counties refused to secede from…
slave states that did not secede (mostly because Lincoln occu…
Lincoln sent troops to forcefully hold in the Union
Fort Sumter, SC
first official attack of the Civil War - Confederates capture…
West Virginia
formed when the anti-slavery counties refused to secede from…
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Causes of the Civil War (Chapter 15)
Fugitive Slave Act
Popular Sovereignty
Dred Scott
South Carolina
One part of the Compromise of 1850, this law stated that esca…
Let the people decide by State, on whether slavery should be…
He was a slave who was taken to free territory. He sued for h…
First state to secede/leave the Union in 1860.
Fugitive Slave Act
One part of the Compromise of 1850, this law stated that esca…
Popular Sovereignty
Let the people decide by State, on whether slavery should be…
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Civil War Chapter 15
Fort Sumter
Abraham Lincoln
Battle of Bull Run
Stonewall Jackson
First battle of the Civil War
16th president Lincoln led the United States through its Civi…
1861, 1st major battle, proved war was going to be long and c…
general in the Confederate Army during the Civil War whose tr…
Fort Sumter
First battle of the Civil War
Abraham Lincoln
16th president Lincoln led the United States through its Civi…
Chapter 15: The Civil War
border state
neutral
martial law
blockade
slave states that didn't secede (Missouri, Kentucky, Maryland…
not favoring either side (Kentucky originally, but eventually…
a type of rule in which the military is in charge and citizen…
a military action to prevent traffic from coming into an area…
border state
slave states that didn't secede (Missouri, Kentucky, Maryland…
neutral
not favoring either side (Kentucky originally, but eventually…
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Chapter 15: The Civil War
Abraham Lincoln
Jefferson Davis
Battle of Bull Run
Anaconda Plan
Elected President in 1860
An American statesman and politician who served as President…
1861, 1st major battle, proved war was going to be long and c…
..., Union war plan by Winfield Scott, called for blockade of…
Abraham Lincoln
Elected President in 1860
Jefferson Davis
An American statesman and politician who served as President…
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Chapter 15 The Civil War Vocabulary
border states
neutral
martial law
blockade
slave states that did not secede
not favoring either side
a type of rule in which the military is in charge and citizen…
a military action to prevent traffic from coming into an area…
border states
slave states that did not secede
neutral
not favoring either side
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Chapter 15 - Toward Civil War
sectionalism
fugitive
secede
abstain
loyalty to a particular region of the country
running away or trying to run away
to leave or withdraw
to not take part in some activity
sectionalism
loyalty to a particular region of the country
fugitive
running away or trying to run away
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Chapter 15 The Civil War
How did West Virginia come about
What states did the Union need to keep…
What was done to keep Maryland in the…
How many states did the Union have
Some mountainous regions in the west of Virginia were so loya…
They needed Kentucky, Maryland, mainly the border states with…
Pro-confederate leaders were arrested
23 states including KY, MY, DL, and Missouri
How did West Virginia come about
Some mountainous regions in the west of Virginia were so loya…
What states did the Union need to keep…
They needed Kentucky, Maryland, mainly the border states with…
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Chapter 15: Causes of the Civil War
Sectionalism
States Rights
Compromise
Secede
loyalty to your region rather than your country
are reserved to the states by the Constitution, the belief th…
an agreement where each side gives up something in order to e…
to leave
Sectionalism
loyalty to your region rather than your country
States Rights
are reserved to the states by the Constitution, the belief th…
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Chapter 15, Civil War
During the early to mid 1800's what we…
What is abolition?
What were the 3 ways slave owners trie…
What was the Wilmot Proviso? Did it pa…
North: Industry, South: plantation farming
Movement to end slavery
1) It introduced slaves to Christianity
Slavery would be outlawed in any lant the US gets from Mexico…
During the early to mid 1800's what we…
North: Industry, South: plantation farming
What is abolition?
Movement to end slavery
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Chapter 15 "Road to Civil War"
sectionalism
fugitive
secede
abstain
loyalty to one's own region of the country, rather than to th…
one who flees or runs away
withdraw from an organization or communion
refrain from voting
sectionalism
loyalty to one's own region of the country, rather than to th…
fugitive
one who flees or runs away
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Chapter 15: The Civil War
not favoring either side
rule in which the military is in charg…
military action to prevent traffic fro…
slave states that did not secede
neutral
martial law
blockade
border states
not favoring either side
neutral
rule in which the military is in charg…
martial law
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Chapter 15: Toward Civil War
Sectionalism
The Missouri Compromise
Temporary
The Free-Soil Party
An exaggerated loyalty to a particular region of the country
Preserved the balance between slave and free states in the Se…
Lasting or used for a limited time
Called for "no more slave states and no more slave territorie…
Sectionalism
An exaggerated loyalty to a particular region of the country
The Missouri Compromise
Preserved the balance between slave and free states in the Se…
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Chapter 15 civil war
Battle of bull run
Battle of Hampton roads
The war in the east
Battle of Antietam
General mcdowell(union) needed time to train his soliders ... 30…
Marked the end of wooden ships ... Monitor(Union) vs Merrimack (…
After the loss at bull run, Lincoln replaced McDowell with Mc…
Lee sneaks his army into MD... McClellan very lucky because he l…
Battle of bull run
General mcdowell(union) needed time to train his soliders ... 30…
Battle of Hampton roads
Marked the end of wooden ships ... Monitor(Union) vs Merrimack (…
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Chapter 15 - Toward Civil War
sectionalism
temporary
regulate
fugitive
an exaggerated loyality to a particular region of the country
brief time
control
running away or trying to run away
sectionalism
an exaggerated loyality to a particular region of the country
temporary
brief time
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Chapter 15- civil war
Confiscation Act
Emancipation Proclamation
Copperheads
Radical Republicans
Second confiscation law passed by Congress, ordering the seiz…
Decree announced by President Abraham Lincoln in September 18…
A term Republicans applied to northern war dissenters and tho…
A shifting group of republican congressmen, usually a substan…
Confiscation Act
Second confiscation law passed by Congress, ordering the seiz…
Emancipation Proclamation
Decree announced by President Abraham Lincoln in September 18…
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Civil War Chapter 15-17
Total War
Conscription
Compromise of 1850
Clara Barton
This destroying of everything in the Union army's path affect…
A law that required men to serve in the military or be drafte…
1850 - Henry Clay... -California would be admitted as a free sta…
This former government worker led an agency that provided sup…
Total War
This destroying of everything in the Union army's path affect…
Conscription
A law that required men to serve in the military or be drafte…
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Chapter 15 Civil War
Civil Rights Act of 1866
14th Amendment
due process of law
15th Amendment
granted citizenship and the same rights enjoyed by white citi…
adopted on July 9, 1868, as one of the Reconstruction Amendme…
fair treatment through the normal judicial system, especially…
granted African American men the right to vote by declaring t…
Civil Rights Act of 1866
granted citizenship and the same rights enjoyed by white citi…
14th Amendment
adopted on July 9, 1868, as one of the Reconstruction Amendme…
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Chapter 15 - Civil war in Texas
Sovereignty
states' rights
perpetual
conscription
ability of a state to govern its territory free from control…
Idea that states have the right to limit the power of the fed…
Lasting or seeming to last forever or for a long time; contin…
drafting of civilians to serve in the army
Sovereignty
ability of a state to govern its territory free from control…
states' rights
Idea that states have the right to limit the power of the fed…
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Chapter 15 Civil War
Popular Sovereignty
Uncle Tom's Cabin
John Brown
Bleeding Kansas
people decide key issues
white southerners believed it portrayed slavery inaccurately
raided Harpers Ferry arsenal to arm slaves for revolts
armed struggle between pro and antislavery settlers
Popular Sovereignty
people decide key issues
Uncle Tom's Cabin
white southerners believed it portrayed slavery inaccurately
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Causes of the Civil War (Chapter 15)
Fugitive Slave Act
Popular Sovereignty
Dred Scott
South Carolina
One part of the Compromise of 1850, this law stated that esca…
Let the people decide by State, on whether slavery should be…
He was a slave who was taken to free territory. He sued for h…
First state to secede/leave the Union in 1860.
Fugitive Slave Act
One part of the Compromise of 1850, this law stated that esca…
Popular Sovereignty
Let the people decide by State, on whether slavery should be…
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Chapter 15 , civil war
States that succeeded
Border states
Border states
Neutral
Virgina, Arkansas, Tennesse, North Carolina, South Carolina,…
Kentucky, West Virginia, Missouri, Maryland
Slave states that did not secede
Not favoring either side
States that succeeded
Virgina, Arkansas, Tennesse, North Carolina, South Carolina,…
Border states
Kentucky, West Virginia, Missouri, Maryland
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Chapter 15 Civil war
Distinct
Resource
Superior
Reinforce
Clear or definite
Supply of something to meet a particular need
Of Greater importance or value
To make stronger or more effective
Distinct
Clear or definite
Resource
Supply of something to meet a particular need
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Chapter 15; Civil War
Border States
Neutral
Martial Law
Blockade
slave states that did not secede
not favoring either
Type of rule in which the military is in charge and citizens'…
a military action to prevent from coming into an area or leav…
Border States
slave states that did not secede
Neutral
not favoring either
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Chapter 15 Civil War
border states
neutral
martial law
blockade
slave states that did not secede.
not favoring either side.
type of rule in which the military is in charge and citizens…
a military action to prevent traffic from coming into an area…
border states
slave states that did not secede.
neutral
not favoring either side.
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Causes of the Civil War (Chapter 15)
Fugitive Slave Act
Popular Sovereignty
Dred Scott
South Carolina
One part of the Compromise of 1850, this law stated that esca…
Let the people decide by State, on whether slavery should be…
He was a slave who was taken to free territory. He sued for h…
First state to secede/leave the Union in 1860.
Fugitive Slave Act
One part of the Compromise of 1850, this law stated that esca…
Popular Sovereignty
Let the people decide by State, on whether slavery should be…
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Chapter 15 Civil War
December 20, 1860
April 12, 1861
July 21, 1861
March 9, 1862
South Carolina seceded from the Union first, claimed state so…
Battle of Fort Sumter in South Carolina.
First Battle of Bull Run
The Monitor (Union) and the Virginia (Merrimack) (Confederacy…
December 20, 1860
South Carolina seceded from the Union first, claimed state so…
April 12, 1861
Battle of Fort Sumter in South Carolina.
Chapter 15: Toward Civil War
Sectionalism
Louisiana Purchase
The Missouri Compromise
Annexation
exaggerated loyalty to a particular region of the country
land bought in the Louisiana Territory; slavery banned here n…
preserved the balance between slave and free states.... regio…
The adding of a state to the union
Sectionalism
exaggerated loyalty to a particular region of the country
Louisiana Purchase
land bought in the Louisiana Territory; slavery banned here n…
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Chapter 15 Civil War
Fort Sumter
North Advantages
South Advantages
Augusta Powder Works
First shots of the Civil War, located in the Carleston harbor…
Draft Pool: 2.1 Mill... Free Male pop... Wealth... Transport
Defensive war... Positive goal-independence ... Local support every…
Munitions Factory in Ga that provided weapons (gov owned)
Fort Sumter
First shots of the Civil War, located in the Carleston harbor…
North Advantages
Draft Pool: 2.1 Mill... Free Male pop... Wealth... Transport
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Civil War Chapter 15
John Wilkes Booth
10 Percent Plan
Wade-Davis Bill
He didn't sign or veto
Who assassinated President Abraham Lincoln?
Lincoln's reconstruction plan that was rejected by the Confed…
A tougher reconstruction plan presented by Congress.
How did Lincoln veto Congress' reconstruction plan?
John Wilkes Booth
Who assassinated President Abraham Lincoln?
10 Percent Plan
Lincoln's reconstruction plan that was rejected by the Confed…
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Civil War Chapter 15
popular sovereignty
sectionalism
secede
Fugitive Slave Act
The idea that political power belongs to the people.
or favoring the interests of one section or region over the i…
formally withdraw-from the Union
Made it a crime to help runaway slaves and allowed officials…
popular sovereignty
The idea that political power belongs to the people.
sectionalism
or favoring the interests of one section or region over the i…
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civil war chapter 15
horace greeley
George Mc clain
neutral
emancipation
anti slaver newspaper
replacement general
not favoring sides.
free
horace greeley
anti slaver newspaper
George Mc clain
replacement general
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Chapter 15- Civil War
What advantages did the North have dur…
What advantages did the South have dur…
What was the North's main reason for f…
What was the South's main reason for f…
More soldiers, more farms, more railroads, more money, and mo…
defending their homeland, the confederacy know the country si…
They wanted to keep the country together.
Slavery
What advantages did the North have dur…
More soldiers, more farms, more railroads, more money, and mo…
What advantages did the South have dur…
defending their homeland, the confederacy know the country si…
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Chapter 15 civil war
Free soil party
Compromise of 1850
Fugitive slave act
Harriet Beecher Stowe
Political party dedicated to stopping the expansion of slavery
Series of laws intended to settle the major disagreement betw…
1850 law meant to help slaveholders recapture runaway slaves
Abolitionist, author, of uncle toms cabin
Free soil party
Political party dedicated to stopping the expansion of slavery
Compromise of 1850
Series of laws intended to settle the major disagreement betw…
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chapter 15 civil war
North and South develop differently
Missouri Compromise of 1820
Wilmot Proviso
Compromise of 1850
Both economies were mostly agricultural, the North developed…
1820, The issue was that Missouri wanted to join the Union as…
A bill to outlaw slavery in any territory the United States m…
A bill that attempted to save the union... A: Make the north hap…
North and South develop differently
Both economies were mostly agricultural, the North developed…
Missouri Compromise of 1820
1820, The issue was that Missouri wanted to join the Union as…
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Chapter 15 civil war
Fort sumter
Union strategy
First battle of bull run
Battle of antitetam
Firing of confederate guns marked the beginning of the civil…
1. Destroy souths economy with a naval blockade of southern p…
Shattered unions hopes of winning the war quickly and easily
Single bloodiest day of the civil war
Fort sumter
Firing of confederate guns marked the beginning of the civil…
Union strategy
1. Destroy souths economy with a naval blockade of southern p…
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Chapter 15 The Road to Civil War
Sectionalism
Missouri Compromise
Popular Sovereignty
Wilmot Proviso
loyalty to a state or section rather than to the country as a…
Maine would enter the Union as a free state so that Missouri…
voters in a territory would decide for themselves whether or…
a law being voted on that would ban slavery in any lands won…
Sectionalism
loyalty to a state or section rather than to the country as a…
Missouri Compromise
Maine would enter the Union as a free state so that Missouri…
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Chapter 15 civil war
Harriet Beecher Stowe
Dred Scott
Abe Lincoln
James Buchanan
Author of Uncle Toms Cabin
Slave that sued owner to try to get freedom
President during most of civil war. Murdered by John Wilks Bo…
President in 1856
Harriet Beecher Stowe
Author of Uncle Toms Cabin
Dred Scott
Slave that sued owner to try to get freedom
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Chapter 15 Civil War
Abraham Lincoln
Ulysses S Grant
Robert E Lee
Jefferson Davis
16 president of the US, leader of the Union
General of the Union army
General of the Confederate army
President of the Confederacy
Abraham Lincoln
16 president of the US, leader of the Union
Ulysses S Grant
General of the Union army
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Chapter 15 Civil War
Advantages of the Union
Advantages of the Confederacy
Civil War strategies
Anaconda Plan
- Bigger population - Better transportation - more industry -…
defensive war on home turf, common cause, strong military tra…
north= anaconda plan, south=defend territory
(AKA Scott's Great Snake) subduing the seceding states in the…
Advantages of the Union
- Bigger population - Better transportation - more industry -…
Advantages of the Confederacy
defensive war on home turf, common cause, strong military tra…
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